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12

Jun

Projects versus products: why your business needs to take a product approach

With most businesses thinking about transformation, much of the conversation revolves around projects. Whether referring to the overall transformation journey or the individual steps along the way, organisations that constantly refer to projects could be setting themselves up for failure without even knowing it. ... read full post

Posted by:  Chris Dury , Practice Lead, Architecture |  12 June 2019

Project Management, Digital Transformation


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18

Apr

Vendors vs independent contractors

Recently I was exposed to some work where we had a mixture of vendor and independent contractors – myself being one person from the vendor alongside a team of independent contractors. ... read full post

Posted by:  Matthew Batten , Developer |  18 April 2017

Contractor, Project Management


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29

Aug

The beauty of workshops

Workshops are my favourite part of the job. Yep I am serious, this is when I have the most fun. However, sometimes it can feel like I am the only one, at least at the first workshop or even before that when we try to explain to our client that we need them. This is perfectly understandable. ... read full post

Posted by:  Ingrid Nabben , Senior Consultant, Modern Applications |  29 August 2016

Project Management, Workshops


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25

Jul

Personalities in a project

In each project you will find people with different personalities who very often play a role within the team which suits them to a tee. Just looking back at my last project I can think of a few and it always amazes me just how much impact and how essential each of these personalities are on the successful outcome of a project. ... read full post

Posted by:  Ingrid Nabben , Senior Consultant, Modern Applications |  25 July 2016

Project Management


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09

Jun

The benefits of knowing yourself: The importance of self-awareness for work and team success

I've been privileged to coach my son Louis’ football team for a number of years, so I've had a lot of time to observe team dynamics and what can help or hinder them. ... read full post

Posted by:  Ian Cowan , Practice Manager, Enterprise Solutions |  09 June 2016

Project Management, Induction, Management, Talent Management


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09

Jun

Remove the project data silo from your business with Dynamics CRM project service

With many providers delivering similar services, your customer experience needs to be distinct and consistent across every client interaction. Organisations have to reach new levels of transparency and collaboration, both internally and externally. People have come to expect this. They expect to be involved; they expect to collaborate; they expect to be online; they expect to be able to do it anywhere; and they expect this to be simple. ... read full post

Posted by:  Steven Foster , Client Director |  09 June 2016

Project Management, Project Delivery, Microsoft Dynamics CRM


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02

Jun

Partnership in project management: what we can learn from The Lord of the Rings

Today we often talk about operating in partnership . This is seen as an ideal way of working together – involving a mutually respectful approach, with client and vendor working together for mutual success and benefit. ... read full post

Posted by:  Myles Buckland-Jones , Practice Manager |  02 June 2016

Project Management


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10

Mar

The meaning behind our meeting room names

Here at Intergen we have a tradition of naming our meeting rooms after Microsoft codenames. ... read full post

Posted by:  Mauricio Freitas , Online & Digital Marketing Specialist |  10 March 2014

Content, Project Management


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19

Jun

Look after the emotions and the projects will look after themselves

Do you like mathematics? I love maths, always have. I was good at it so I typically got good teachers that inspired me, which made me love it even more. ... read full post

Posted by:  Bryce Saunders , Senior Consultant |  19 June 2008

Project Management


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10

Jan

Working to live or living to work? Achieving the work-life balance we all dream about.

It’s the start of a new year, the holidays are over, and people are returning to the office en masse. January is often a time to set goals for the year ahead, identifying those personal and work-related resolutions we want to achieve over the next 12 months. ... read full post

Posted by:  Tim Howell , Marketing Manager |  10 January 2008

Project Management, ActionThis, SaaS


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22

Sep

'Not in the functional spec...'

My daughter asked me the other day about what I did exactly - apparently it was difficult to explain to her friends when asked ‘What do your olds do?’, and at 16, all she managed was ‘something to do with IT but she’s not a geek...’ ... read full post

Posted by:  Diana Hennessy , Project Manager |  22 September 2009

Project Management


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22

Sep

Worst projects ever...

I’m not at liberty to tell you the name of my worst project. But I can describe some details and what I learned from it. ... read full post

Posted by:  Alex Natelli , Management Consultant |  22 September 2008

Project Management, Change Management


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10

Sep

Intergen to launch Project Management Office

This week we are launching a new and improved Project Management framework as the first major step towards the establishment of our Project Management Office. ... read full post

Posted by:  Emma Barrett , Executive GM, Solutions & Services |  10 September 2007

PMO, Project Management


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